Hey guys, today I have a new set of some really nice metal and concrete textures that I shot of an old building down by the harbor. It’s an old fishing factory in the town of Sandgerði that’s not been painted for many years, causing the metal and concrete to deterior.

Textures like these can be very useful as backgrounds for designs and banners. You can edit them with Photoshop to add text over them, change the colors, crop and create your own design. The textures can also be used to create interesting backgrounds for websites and mobile apps. Just crop them to your desired size, tone them down and use them for your UX design.

The possibilities are endless when it comes to using textures to enhance your photos and designs. If you’re a novice, a quick search on Youtube will introduce you to countless video tutorials on how to use textures in your designs.

I hope these will be a great addition to your texture arsenal and come in handy later on. Enjoy the textures!

Download Free Metal And Concrete Textures

Free Metal And Concrete Textures

Free Metal And Concrete Textures

Free Metal And Concrete Textures

Free Metal And Concrete Textures

Free Metal And Concrete Textures

Free Metal And Concrete Textures

Download all textures as ZIP from Dropbox.com (90 Mb)

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